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this morning on the kron for morning news... violent protests break out at u-c berkeley. this is video of the scene outside of the student union last night as the demonstrations got out of hand. and this morning president trump is threatening to take federal money away from the university and their students. good morning and thanks for joining us... i'm darya folsom. and i'm mark danon. we have complete coverage of the violent protests in berkeley last night... and how the president is responding... but it is also raining this morning. here is a live look at stormtracker four radar. wide spread rain expected all across the bay area today. . we have complete team coverage of the storm this morning. james fletcher is tracking the storm in the weather center. robin winston is in the traffic center monitoring the impact on your commute. and will tran is out in the rain in hayward. first lets start
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with james. weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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and we have team coverage of the rain hitting the bay area this morning... kron 4's will tran who is driving around hayward with a look at the conditions there.. will? thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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and don't forget you can track the storm on the go with the free kron 4 mobile app. you can watch live radar and get updates on traffic problems and breaking news through push alerts. back to our breaking news from overnight... crowds gather at u-c berkeley in opposition to a planned speech by conservative writer and activist milo yiannopoulous. the event was canceled as campus police could not provide enough security for
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milo and watch over the protesters. the student union was severely damaged as several windows were smashed and fires lit. and this morning president trump is responding to the protests at u-c berkeley and he's threatening to take away federal money from the school. the president taking to twitter just a few hours ago to threaten the university saying quote: "if u.c. berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view - no federal funds?" we have complete coverage of reaction and the aftermath of the protests. kron 4's averi harper is live in berkeley this morning with a look at how the campus is cleaning up. averi?
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the berkeley college republicans ... who organized yiannopoulos' visit also issued a statement last night saying in part: "the free speech movement is dead. today, the berkeley college republicans' constitutional right to free speech was silenced by criminals and thugs seeking to cancel milo yiannopoulos' tour. " and we were able to speak to a spokesman for u-c berkeley last night. he says this is not a proud day for the campus.
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milo yiannopoulous is also speaking out about the protests this morning. here is what he said after being evacuated from the u-c berkeley campus. and our coverage of the violent protests at berkeley continue online. you can see more video of the violent protests and here from more protesters about last nights demonstrations. it is all on our website at kron 4 dot com. breaking news... a violent hostage situation and standoff at a maximum security prison in delaware has come to a deadly end. delaware state police say they stormed the prison this morning, ending the standoff. this
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after inmates took at least four department of corrections workers hostage yesterday. one of those workers died at the scene. no word on what caused his death. officials believe other inmates were also held against their will. the hostage- takers made several demands, including education and a rehabilitation program at the prison. they said the incident was a response to the policies of president trump. new this morning... president donald trump attends the national prayer breakfast in washington d-c and one of the first things he talked about was his time on the apprentice. he spoke about the new host of the show... former california governor arnold schwarzenegger... and asked that people pray for ratings. the president also talked
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about his plan to repeal the johnson amendment which currently prohibits tax-exempt organizations from endorsing political candidates. happening now... police in san rafael are warning people about serial home burglaries. police say the burglaries have happened in virtually every neighborhood since january 18th. all of the burglaries happened while the people who lived in the home were at work. police say the burglars would watch the people leave their homes and in some cases targeted several homes on the same street. investigators think these burglaries my be linked to other in marin county.
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and police in mountain view are asking for help finding a 12-year-old boy who is missing this morning. this is a picture of christopher moreno. he was last seen at graham middle school at around 2:00 yesterday morning. police say the boy was wearing a white sweatshirt that says "walden" on it. in the east bay... an off duty deputy shoots and kills a man in a home invasion... and another person might still be on the loose. it happened yesterday in alameda. police say at around 10:45 a-m the contra costa deputy confronted a man near or inside a home on buena vista avenue. at some point, the deputy opened fire and shot the man. people who live in the area were told to shelter in place while police searched for anyone else who might have been involved. police say another suspect might still be on the loose. the man who was shot was taken to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. the deputy who opened fire is not being identified... but witnesses tell kron-four that he is the son of the man who owns the home where confrontation happened.
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still ahead on the kron four morning news... a warning for i-phone users this morning... after people have been reporting they are catching on fire. we'll explain what happened plus... as rain hits the bay area again... people who live along the russian river are bracing for more flooding. details on how they're tracking the rain hitting the bay area.. live look at stormtracker
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friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region. approaches system next pacific monday as the afternoon into sunday rainfall is saturday. rainfall will gusty through remain locally winds will southerly morning. through possible isolated afternoon. showers this turn to commute and morning impact the update: light weather weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and
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gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less
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than 20 min from the toll to 101
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as the bay area is faces another round of wet weather... there are concerns this morning that the russian river could flood again in guerneville. this is video when the river flooded during the storms last month. for several days... boats and kayaks were the only way people who live off neely road could get around. but it's dry for now.. and crews were cleaning up one of the remaining landslides along river road yesterday. people who live near the river say they are ready for the flooding if it happens
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neighbors say they are just waiting to see if the storms will be as bad as they were three weeks ago... and how it might impact the level of the russian river. a new computer program installed for the alameda county court system may have led to some people being wrongly arrested. the four- point-five million dollar software program was installed last summer. since then, a number of people have reported being arrested on warrants that should have been cleared. people have also claimed that they were kept in jail longer than they were supposed to be. the public defender's office says they know of more than 50 people affected, but believe the real number could be much higher. the public defender and someone from the district attorney's office argued in front of a judge yesterday.
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they were both on the same side, asking the courts to fix the problem or go back to the old system. the judge is expected to make a ruling next week. the push to repeal obamacare is raising concerns that it could severely affect women's healthcare. the health care law ended the common practice of charging women more than men for insurance policies. it also made maternity and newborn care a required benefit for all medical plans... and made birth control free. democrats on capitol hill are now focusing on the women's health issue and how to prevent any threat to it. the trump administration says the speculation is immature. the first inmate to receive state-funded sex- resassingment surgery has been moved to a women's prison near fresno. 57-year-old shiloh heavenly quine was admitted to the central california women's facility yesterday. quine was previously at a men's prison... but she has been living as a woman since 2009. she is a convicted killer and currently serving a life
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prison sentence. quine underwent surgery in december after a court settlement. her case led california to become the first state to set standards for transgender inmates to apply to receive the surgery. a florida woman is demanding answers after she says her i-phone 6 plus... suddenly caught fire in the middle of the night. she says the phone blew flames out of the side of the phone... and burned part of her bed while she was sleeping. she was not hurt but her husband had to smother the phone with a t-shirt. apple has offered to replace her phone but she says that the company wants to put a 749- dollar hold on her credit card first. an apple spokesperson says they are not aware of any problems with the phone but the company is looking into the reports of the explosion. the price of bacon may be going up... but the rumored shortage is no longer
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something to worry about. pork industry experts say demand for bacon was so high last year that the pork supply in december was at a record low. they warned of a serious shortage... but they say they are confident they can boost production enough to avoid it. experts say this means bacon prices could rise by about three-percent... but they are expected to stabilize by this summer. still ahead on the kron four morning news... a warning as many people get ready to head up to the sierra this morning... why health experts say you need to make sure your kids aren't eating any snow... tracking your morning weather... always wins.
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kids eating snow. even if it looks like pure white snow... it can contain harmful chemicals before it hits the ground. a health department official says the snow can catch particles in the atmosphere as it falls... and it's not safe to eat. but they say a small amount is okay if it's your only source of water. tracking your morning weather... and we continue to cover the violent protests breaking out on the cal campus last night... and the threat they are getting from president trump this morning. we will have
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rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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and we have team coverage of the rain hitting the bay area this morning... kron 4's will tran who is live driving around northbound interstate 8-80... with a look at the conditions... thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. and don't forget you can track the forget you can
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and don't and don't forget you can track the storm on the go with the free kron 4 mobile app. you can watch live radar and get updates on traffic problems and breaking news through push alerts. breaking news from overnight... protests turn violent in berkeley. this is a look at some of the damage outside a bank of america... as people vandalized several a-t-m's. the crowds were gathered in opposition to a planned speech by conservative writer and activist milo yiannopoulous. that speech had to be cancelled because of the violence. and this morning
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president trump is responding to the protests at u-c berkeley and he's threatening to take away federal money from the school. the president taking to twitter just a few hours ago to threaten the university saying quote: "if u.c. berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view - no federal funds?" kron 4's averi harper is live in berkeley this morning with a look at how the campus is cleaning up. averi. several people were injured and buildings were damaged when the protesters moved away from the u-c berkeley campus and started marching down the streets. this is video of the march courtesy of our helicopter partner ship with a-b-c 7 news. two hours
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before guest speaker milo yiannopoulos was set to speak, a small group ripped down barricades, started a fire. the school ended up canceling the event because of the chaos. buildings in the area also suffered broken windows. people vandalized a-t-m machines at nearby banks. the demonstrators say they were there to protest a man who they believe represents racism, transphobia, and misogyny.
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hurt thanks averi. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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we are also hearing from milo yiannopoulous... he says u-c berkeley is not friendly to free speech. and our coverage of the violent protests at berkeley continue online. you can see more video of the violent protests and here from more protesters about last nights demonstrations. it is all on our website at kron 4 dot com. coming up on the kron four morning news... you might not like your athletes getting political, but how about your politicians getting into sports. we'll tell you which former president is going to do the super bowl coin flip, and who in sports president trump calls "stupid, weak, dope." the world
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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in berkeley as the campus cleans up this morning. and we're tracking the storm... rain is falling in the bay area this morning. details on how long it's expected to last. (man vo) it was may, when dad forgot
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4 morning news... we are covering two major stories. first... breaking overnight out of berkeley. president trump is threatening to hold federal money from the university after the violent protests. this was the scene last night... kron four was there as the protests erupted. kron four's averi harper
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is live in five minutes with a look at the aftermath. the other big story we are following this morning is the rain moving through the bay area. taking a live look at storm tracker 4 radar. wide spread rain expected all across the bay area today. good morning... i'm dary folsom. and i'm mark danon. we have complete team coverage of the storm this morning. james fletcher is tracking the storm in the weather center. robin winston is in the traffic center monitoring the impact on your commute. and will tran is out in the rain in oakland. first lets start with james. weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through
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friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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and we have team coverage of the rain hitting the bay area this morning... kron 4's will tran who is live in union city with a look at the conditions there.. will?
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thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. and don't forget you can track the storm on the go with the free kron 4 mobile app. you can watch live radar and get updates on traffic problems and breaking news through push alerts. back to our breaking news from overnight... crowds gather at u-c berkeley in opposition to a planned speech by conservative writer and activist milo yiannopoulous. the event was canceled as campus police could not provide enough security for milo and watch over the protesters. the student union was severely damaged as several windows were smashed and fires lit.
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and this morning president trump is responding to the protests at u-c berkeley and he's threatening to take away federal money from the school. the president taking to twitter just a few hours ago to threaten the university saying quote: "if u.c. berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view - no federal funds?" we have complete coverage of reaction and the aftermath of the protests. kron 4's averi harper is live in berkeley this morning with a look at how the campus is cleaning up. averi? ...
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hurt
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the berkeley college republicans ... who organized yiannopoulos' visit also issued a statement last night saying in part: "the free speech movement is dead. today, the berkeley college republicans' constitutional right to free speech was silenced by criminals and thugs seeking to cancel milo yiannopoulos' tour. " and we were able to speak to a spokesman for u-c berkeley last night. he says this is not a proud day for
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the campus. milo yiannopoulous is also speaking out about the protests this morning. here is what he said after being evacuated from the u-c berkeley campus. and our coverage of the
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violent protests at berkeley continue online. you can see more video of the violent protests and here from more protesters about last nights demonstrations. it is all on our website at kron 4 dot com. coming up on the kron 4 morning news... as rain hits the bay area again... people who live along the russian river are bracing for more flooding. and a warning for i-phone users this morning... after people have been reporting they are catching on fire. but first... a computer glitch may have led to wrongful arrests in alameda county. - grocery outlet is the home of "wow" savings.
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installed for the alameda county court system may have led to some people being wrongly arrested. the four- point-five million dollar software program was installed last summer. since then, a number of people have reported being arrested on warrants that should have been cleared. people have also claimed that they were kept in jail longer than they were supposed to be. the public defender's office says they know of more than 50 people affected, but believe the real number could be much higher. away the public defender and someone from the district attorney's office argued in front of a judge yesterday. in a rare instance, they were both on the same side, asking the courts to fix the problem or go back to the old system. the judge is expected to make a ruling next week. the company that makes the software, says the same
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computer system is being used successfully in many different courts across the country. they say they are committed to work with alameda county to analyze the situation. ad lib weather tease.
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live look at kirkwood this morning.. toss wx. weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by
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saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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as the bay area is faces another round of wet weather... there are concerns this morning that the russian river could flood again in guerneville. this is video when the river flooded during the storms last month. for several days... boats and kayaks were the only way people who live off neely road could get around. but it's dry for now.. and crews were cleaning up one of the remaining landslides along river road yesterday. people who live near the river say they
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are ready for the flooding if it happens again... neighbors say they are just waiting to see if the storms will be as bad as they were three weeks ago... and how it might impact the level of the russian river. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... a deadly hostage situation at a delaware prison is over.. details about how it came to an end. but first... the future of the raiders is in limbo... we'll hear from the league commissioner about the team's plans for a new home.
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funding, the raiders remain determined to move to las vegas... and the league's commissioner hasn't ruled out relocation. roger goodell addressed the issue at his annual super bowl week news conference. kron 4's mark carpenter has more from the commissioner. "there's a great deal more work to be done and there are several elements of that, financing of the stadium is just one. obviously, the stadium project itself, the depth of the market. all of those are things we've studied
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over the last several months, but all those will increase in intensity over the next month or so." and that would be intensity added to what's already a shaky situation. not many details are known as to how the relationship between davis and casino magnate sheldon adelson deteriorated so quickly, some might say the nfl's concerns over having a gaming executive around a pro team played a part. and goodell made it clear today...there has never been nor will there be any discussion to mix gambling and nfl front offices. "we have rules that are in place. the raiders have not asked us to compromise those rules as it relates to our policies. we will continue to have that separation going forward. i don't see an ownership position in a team from a casino. that is not something that is consistent with our policies...not likely a stadium either." if the raiders are forced to fold their vegas plan, it's not a guarantee they'll stick around in oakland. as unfathomable as it sounds, there's the outside possibility...they could land in san diego. the city has reportedly let the nfl know it is interested in luring a team...yet much needs
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to happen before that conversation becomes serious. "for any team to relocate to san diego at this point in time, we're gonna have to find a solution to that stadium problem and one we couldn't do after, probably 15 years of effort." and in 49ers news... new general manager john lynch kept his candidacy a secret as a test for the 49ers. the niners have recently developed a reputation for leaking information to the media. so lynch asked c-e-o jed york and executive paraag marathe to keep it a secret during their g-m search. lynch said he wanted to see if he could "trust this buliding" with keeping information in-house his name was successfullt kept a secret and lynch became the team's g-m last week. a former san francisco 49ers cheerleader has filed a class action lawsuit against
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the n-f-l. the suit claims the league and it's teams conspired by agreeing to pay cheerleaders below their market value. she says in some cases the cheerleaders were paid less than mininum wage. the nfl has yet to comment back in 20-14 the oakland raiders agreed to pay one point five million to settle a lawsuit alleging they failed to pay their cheerleaders minimum wage. james weather tease. it's okay to cry, right? no more! we don't want anymore! [crying] ahhhhhhhhhh!
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weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the
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region. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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breaking news from overnight... protests turn violent in berkeley. this is a look at some of the damage outside a bank of america... as people vandalized several a-t-m's. the crowds were gathered in opposition to a planned speech by conservative writer and activist milo yiannopoulous.
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that speech had to be cancelled because of the violence. and this morning president trump is responding to the protests at u-c berkeley and he's threatening to take away federal money from the school. the president taking to twitter just a few hours ago to threaten the university saying quote: "if u.c. berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view - no federal funds?" kron 4's averi harper is live in berkeley this morning with a look at how the campus is cleaning up. averi. several people were injured and buildings were damaged when the protesters moved away from the u-c berkeley campus and started marching down the streets. this is video of the march courtesy of our helicopter partner ship with a-b-c 7 news. two hours before guest speaker milo yiannopoulos was set to speak, a small group ripped down barricades, started a fire.
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the school ended up canceling the event because of the chaos. buildings in the area also suffered broken windows. people vandalized a-t-m machines at nearby banks. the demonstrators say they were there to protest a man who they believe represents racism, transphobia, and misogyny.
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hurt thanks averi. we will check back with you through out the morning. we are also hearing from milo yiannopoulous... he says u-c berkeley is not friendly to free speech.
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and our coverage of the violent protests at berkeley continue online. you can see more video of the violent protests and here from more protesters about last nights demonstrations. it is all on our website at kron 4 dot com. new this morning... president donald trump attends the national prayer breakfast in washington d-c and one of the first things he talked about was his time on the apprentice. he spoke about the new host of the show... former california governor arnold schwarzenegger... and asked that people pray for ratings. the president also talked
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about his plan to repeal the johnson amendment which currently prohibits tax-exempt organizations from endorsing political candidates. and it didn't take long for arnold schwarzenegger to respond.... if you are going up to the sierra this weekend... watch what you eat..., why health experts warning against eating snow. and later... a warning about the link between playing soccer and concussions.
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but first... some users say their iphones are catching on fire... we'll tell you which model could be at risk. and here's a live look outside... richmond san rafael bridge.
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if you can't afford your medication, astra zeneca may be able to help. a florida woman is demanding answers after she says her i-phone 6 plus... suddenly caught fire in the middle of the night. she says the phone blew flames out
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of the side of the phone... and burned part of her bed while she was sleeping. she was not hurt but her husband had to smother the phone with a t-shirt. apple has offered to replace her phone but she says that the company wants to put a 749- dollar hold on her credit card first. an apple spokesperson says they are not aware of any problems with the phone but the company is looking into the reports of the explosion. ad lib weather tease
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weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region.
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a warning as many people are expected to head up to the sierra this weekend... health experts are warning parents to watch out for their kids eating snow. even if it looks like pure white snow... it can contain harmful chemicals before it hits the ground. a health department official says the snow can catch particles in the atmosphere as it falls... and it's not safe to eat. but they say a small amount is okay if it's your only source of water.
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heading a ball in soccer increases your chance to have concussion symptoms. that is according to a new study in "the journal of neurology." the study looked at over 200 people who play soccer at least six months of the year in leagues or clubs. the top group of players headed the ball on avearge 125 times in a two week span. the bottom group averaged just four headers in that same peroid. that top group of players were three times more likely to have concussion symptoms. those symptoms include diziness, feeling dazed and in severe cases, stopping play for medical attention. a big story we are following this morning... the annual mavericks surfing competition out of half moon bay might not happen this year. the reason: the main organizer of the event has filed for bankruptcy. kron 4's gabe slate met with local mavericks board members and city officials who were caught off guard by news... sot - brianbrian overfelt sits on the mavericks invitational board, they are the local organizers of the event, him and the other board members hired a third party to operate their website and other aspects of the contest
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to make it bigger.. sot - brian according to these court documents, los angelos based "cartel management" and their affiliate company titans of mavericks llc are filing chapter 11 bankruptcy and both currenlty have large debts to settle. sot brian - sot sabrina - san mateo county harbor commissioner sabrina brennan says this couldn't happen at a worse time because this years mavericks was going to make history sot sabrina - i could not reach cartel management today for a comment but in this press release they sent me they said that since 2014, up to $3 million has gone into developing the brand and staging the annual event, and that they have well positioned the mavericks event to move onto to bigger heights with the organization that steps in to run the show sot sabrina - losing mavericks would mean a big loss for the local economy. sot brian - sot sabrina - brian told me they still try to put in on a smaller grassroots way since surfers are already here from around the world waiting for it to begin. but for now the event is off. in half moon bay gabe slate kron 4 news.
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coming up on the kron four morning news... former n-f-l players want the league to change their policies regarding marijuana... and after the break... a girl scouts reviews of her cookies goes viral.. and sparks a buying frenzy... imagine if the things you bought every day earned you miles to get to the places you really want to go. with the united mileageplus explorer card, you'll get a free checked bag, 2 united club passes... priority boarding... and 50,000 bonus miles. everything you need
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brutally honest reviews of her cookies and a celebrity endorsement have triggered an avalanche of sales. 11-year-old charlotte mccourt penned a review of the various cookies she was selling for the scouts because in her words she "loves being honest with her clients." her scathing reviews went viral when t-v personality and family friend, mike rowe read the reviews in an on-line video. troops." charlotte's sales numbers
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have exploded... she's up over 17-thousand boxes... and nearing the all-time sales record of 22-thousand. nearly half of charlotte's sales are headed for the troops. take a look at roxie, the sledding dog. roxie's owners say they love to be outdoors and enjoy pulling roxie in the sled or letting her slide herself down the hill. she rides in the sled that used to belong to her owners daughter many years ago. her owner also says they have to drag her back into the house when they are done playing in the snow.
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coming up on the kron 4 morning news... protests turn violent in berkeley and now president trump is threatening the university. kron four's averi harper is live with a look at the clean up this morning. and tracking the storm this morning... we have complete team coverage of the rain hitting the bay area... and in the gary rewind... one of the best names in the history of sports... and seeing the world with jim harbaugh...
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this morning on the kron for morning news... violent protests break out at u-c berkeley. this is video of the scene outside of the student union last night as the demonstrations got out of hand. and this morning president trump is threatening to take federal money away from the university and their students. good morning and thanks for joining us... i'm darya folsom. and i'm mark danon. we have complete coverage of the violent protests in berkeley last night... and how the president is responding... but it is also raining this morning. here is a live look at stormtracker four radar. wide spread rain expected all across the bay area today. . we have complete team coverage of the storm this morning. rebecca strom is tracking the storm in the weather center. robin winston is in the traffic center monitoring the impact on your commute. and will
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tran is out in the rain in union city. first lets start with rebecca. weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 and we have team coverage of the rain hitting the bay area this morning... kron 4's will tran who is
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live in union city with a look at the conditions there.. will? thanks will.
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and don't forget you can track the storm on the go with the free kron 4 mobile app. you can watch live radar and get updates on traffic problems and breaking news through push alerts. back to our breaking news from overnight... crowds gather at u-c berkeley in
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opposition to a planned speech by conservative writer and activist milo yiannopoulous. the event was canceled as campus police could not provide enough security for milo and watch over the protesters. the student union was severely damaged as several windows were smashed and fires lit. and this morning president trump is responding to the protests at u-c berkeley and he's threatening to take away federal money from the school. the president taking to twitter just a few hours ago to threaten the university saying quote: "if u.c. berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view - no federal funds?" we have complete coverage of reaction and the aftermath of the protests. kron 4's averi harper is live in berkeley this morning with a look at how the campus is cleaning up. averi? ... hurt
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the berkeley college republicans ... who organized yiannopoulos' visit also issued a statement last night saying in part: "the free speech movement is dead. today, the berkeley college republicans' constitutional right to free speech was silenced by criminals and thugs seeking to cancel milo yiannopoulos' tour. " and we were able to speak to a spokesman for u-c berkeley last night. he says this is not a proud day for the campus.
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milo yiannopoulous is also speaking out about the protests this morning. here is what he said after being evacuated from the u-c berkeley campus. and our coverage of the violent protests at berkeley continue online. you can see more video of the violent protests and here from more protesters about last nights demonstration it is all on our website at kron 4 dot com. coming up... an off duty deputy shoots and kills a man in a home invasion. another man is still on the loose this morning. we'll show you who police are now looking for. and a former san francisco 49ers cheerleader files a class action lawsuit against the n-f- l. we'll explain
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why after the break. and tracking the rain hitting the bay area....
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a former san francisco 49ers cheerleader has filed a class action lawsuit against the n-f-l. the suit claims the league and it's teams conspired by agreeing to pay cheerleaders below their market value. she says in some cases the cheerleaders were paid less than mininum wage. the nfl has yet to comment back in 20-14 the oakland raiders agreed to pay one point five million to settle a lawsuit alleging they failed to pay their cheerleaders minimum wage.
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and now taking a live look at storm tracker 4 radar showing you where the rain is falling right now. wide spread rain is expected all across the bay area today and through most of the weekend james is here tracking the forecast... weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and
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gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze
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to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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as the bay area is faces another round of wet weather... there are concerns this morning that the russian river could flood again in guerneville. this is video when the river flooded during the storms last month. for several days... boats and kayaks were the only way people who live off neely road could get around. but it's dry for now.. and crews were cleaning up one of the remaining landslides along river road yesterday. people who live near the river say they are ready for the flooding if it happens again... neighbors say they are just waiting to see if the storms will be as bad as they were three weeks ago... and how it might impact the level of the russian river. happening today... the man accused of killing morgan hill teenager sierra lamar is back in court. the 15-year-old teen vanished on her way to school back in 20-12. a santa clara county sheriff's deputy
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testified yesterday in the trial of antolin garcia-torres. much of the testimony was focused on forensic evidence. sierra's cell phone, backback and clothing were found along the roadside not far from where she vanished. the deputy who examined lamar's clothing said her jeans had a strong odor of urine, suggesting that she had been frightened. observers in the courtroom said it was difficult to hear the evidence presented. the defense attorney for antolin garcia torres questioned the deputy on the handling of that evidence. the defense claims the evidence is contaminated because deputies and crime lab techs failed to follow proper protocols. sierra lamar's body was never found. in the east bay...
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an off duty deputy shoots and kills a man in a home invasion... and another person might still be on the loose. it happened yesterday in alameda. police say at around 10:45 a-m the contra costa deputy confronted a man near or inside a home on buena vista avenue. at some point, the deputy opened fire and shot the man. people who live in the area were told to shelter in place while police searched for anyone else who might have been involved. police say another suspect might still be on the loose. neighbors were surprised this happened so close to home. the man who was shot was taken to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. the deputy who opened fire is not being identified... but witnesses tell kron-four that he is the son of the man who owns the home where confrontation happened. a new computer program installed for the alameda county court system may have led to some people being wrongly arrested. the four-
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point-five million dollar software program was installed last summer. since then, a number of people have reported being arrested on warrants that should have been cleared. people have also claimed that they were kept in jail longer than they were supposed to be. the public defender's office says they know of more than 50 people affected, but believe the real number could be much higher. away the public defender and someone from the district attorney's office argued in front of a judge yesterday. in a rare instance, they were both on the same side, asking the courts to fix the problem or go back to the old system. the judge is expected to make a ruling next week. the company that makes the software, says the same computer system is being used successfully in many different courts across the country. they say they are committed to work with alameda county to analyze the situation. coming up... president trump asked people to pray for arnold schwarzenegger at the national
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prayer breakfast. hear how the former governor responsed just moments ago. and... former n-f-l players want the league to change their policies regarding marijuana. that story is next on kron four news.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 new this morning... former n-f-l players spoke at an event urging the league to remove cannabis from its substance abuse policy. kevaney martin reports on the
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medical marijuana advocacy event. cmahon: marijuana is not a drug. it's a medicinal herb. drugs happen only when man puts their hands on itthat was the message of former nfl quarter back and two time super bowl champion, jim mcmahon wednesday night at a cannabis convention held at the revention music center in houston. mcmahon, who is open about his struggles with opiate addiction during his nfl career, and several other ex nfl players shared stories about how marijuana saved their liveswilliams: i went through a real bad depression and laid down on the rail road tracks and tried to commit suicide myself so it was just by the grace of god that i found god and found cannabis as wellturley: constant thoughts of suicide and depression and rage and all these things that were neurologically disrupting my life and i cant say enough about making that transition. i dont take an aspirin to this day, an aleve, an advil, nothing. i have a strict cannabis regiment that i use. marijuana is currently on the list of substances banned by the nfl. mcmahon's mission is to remove the stigma related to cannabis and promote its benefits, not only for current
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and former nfl players, but for the general publicmcmahon: its proven to help millions of people, there are no side effects other than you may get a little hungry, its never killed anybodyand what more ideal time to spread this message in a city where the spot light is shiningmendoza: we felt that this element here in superbowl in texas was perfect timing on behalf of what these things do for the athletes suggested question after tag: has the nfl showed any interest in changing or adjusting their current policy? we continue to cover the violent protests breaking out on the cal campus last night... and the threat they are getting from president trump this morning. we will have the very latest coming up at - grocery outlet is the home of "wow" savings.
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4 morning news... we are tracking the rain moving through the bay area. taking a live look at storm tracker 4 radar. wide spread rain expected all across the bay area today. toss weather or traffic. weather update: light rain will impact the morning commute and turn to scattered showers this afternoon. isolated thunderstorms possible tonight through friday morning. southerly winds will increase tonight and remain locally strong and gusty through early friday. rainfall will taper off by saturday. another round of widespread rainfall is possible from sunday afternoon into monday as the next pacific system approaches the region.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 breaking news from overnight... protests turn violent in berkeley. this
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is a look at some of the damage outside a bank of america... as people vandalized several a-t-m's. the crowds were gathered in opposition to a planned speech by conservative writer and activist milo yiannopoulous. that speech had to be cancelled because of the violence. and this morning president trump is responding to the protests at u-c berkeley and he's threatening to take away federal money from the school. the president taking to twitter just a few hours ago to threaten the university saying quote: "if u.c. berkeley does not allow free speech and practices violence on innocent people with a different point of view - no federal kron 4's averi harper is live in berkeley this morning with a look at how the campus is cleaning up. averi. several people were injured
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and buildings were damaged when the protesters moved away from the u-c berkeley campus and started marching down the streets. this is video of the march courtesy of our helicopter partner ship with a-b-c 7 news. two hours before guest speaker milo yiannopoulos was set to speak, a small group ripped down barricades, started a fire. the school ended up canceling the event because of the chaos. buildings in the area also suffered broken windows. people vandalized a-t- m machines at nearby banks. the demonstrators say they were there to protest a man who they believe represents transphobia, and misogyny.
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thanks averi. we will check back with you through out the morning. we are also hearing from milo yiannopoulous... he says u-c berkeley is not friendly to free speech. and our coverage of the violent protests at berkeley continue online. you can see more video of the violent protests and here from more protesters about last nights demonstrations. it is all on our website at kron 4 dot com.
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new this morning... president donald trump attends the national prayer breakfast in washington d-c and one of the first things he talked about was his time on the apprentice. he spoke about the new host of the show... former california governor arnold schwarzenegger... and asked that people pray for ratings. and it didn't take long for arnold schwarzenegger to respond....
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coming up on the kron four morning news... you might not like your athletes getting political, but how about your politicians getting into sports. we'll tell you which former president is going to do the super bowl coin flip, and who in sports president trump calls "stupid, weak, dope." the world according to gary is in just a few minutes.
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(man vo) it was may, when dad forgot how to brush his teeth. (woman vo) in march, my husband didn't recognize our grandson. (woman 2 vo) that's when moderate alzheimer's made me a caregiver. (avo) if their alzheimer's is getting worse, ask about once-a-day namzaric.
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namzaric is approved for moderate to severe alzheimer's disease in patients who are taking donepezil. it may improve cognition and overall function, and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. namzaric does not change the underlying disease progression. don't take if allergic to memantine, donepezil, piperidine, or any of the ingredients in namzaric. tell the doctor about any conditions; including heart, lung, bladder, kidney or liver problems, seizures, stomach ulcers, or procedures with anesthesia. serious side effects may occur, including muscle problems if given anesthesia; slow heartbeat, fainting, more stomach acid which may lead to ulcers and bleeding; nausea, vomiting, difficulty urinating, seizures, and worsening of lung problems. most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, dizziness, loss of appetite, and bruising. (woman 2 vo) i don't know what tomorrow will bring but i'm doing what i can. (avo) ask about namzaric today. dope." trump calls president who in sports coin flip, and the super bowl president is former you which we'll tell sports.getting into politicians how about political, but athletes not like your you might news... four morning on the kron four morning news... you might not like your athletes getting athletes not like your you might news... four morning coming up respond....r to schwarzenegge arnold take long for and it didn't and it didn't take long for arnold schwarzenegger to respond.... four morning news... not like
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your athletes getting political, but how about your politicians getting into we'll tell you which president is going to do the super bowl coin flip, and who in sports president trump calls "stupid, weak, dope." the world few minutes. after the break...as many people get ready to head up to the sierra this morning... why health experts say make sure your eating any snow... a warning as many people to head up to health warning parents to their kids eating snow. even if it looks like pure white snow... it harmful chemicals the ground. a health department official says the snow can catch particles in the atmosphere as it's not safe to but they say a small amount your only source of water. water. your only is okay if it's but they say eat. it's not safe to it falls... and atmosphere as the atmosphere as it falls... and it's not safe to eat. but they say a small amount is okay if it's your only source of ad lib weather tease áááábreakáááá welcome back to the kron
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4 morning news... every morning at 7:45 we talk sports with gary radnich. and in case you missed it here's the gary's world rewind.
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the handlers of pennsylvania's most famous groundhog,punxsutawney phil, say he has "predicted" six more weeks of winter after seeing his shadow earlier this morning. the groundhog day tradition originates from a german legend that says if a furry rodent casts a shadow on feb. continues. if not, spring comes early. records dating to 1887 show phil has now predicted more winter 103 times while forecasting an early spring just 18 times including last year.
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take a look at roxie, the sledding dog. roxie's owners say they love to be outdoors and enjoy pulling roxie in the sled or letting her slide herself down the hill. she rides in the sled that used to belong to her owners daughter many years ago. her owner also says they have to drag her back into the house when they are done playing in the snow. seven day that's it for us this morning... our next newscast is at 5 o clock tonight. don't forget, you can stay connected on our mobile app, kron four dot com and on our facebook and twitter feeds.
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